Zambian players abroad: Sunzu, Jacob, Mbesuma and Clatous find the back of the net
Zambian players abroad put in good shifts with Stophila Sunzu, Jacob Mulenga and Collins Mbesuma finding the back of the net.
In South Africa, Justin Shonga put in a full shift while Augustine Mulenga played the first 45 minutes for Orlando Pirates who secured a one nil win over Chippa United.
Elsewhere, Zambian duo of striker Gamphani Jones Lungu and midfielder Salulani Phiri came face to face in South Africa as SuperSport United defeated Polokwane City 6-5 on penalties to secure their spot in the Telkom Knockout quarter-finals.
Lungu played the first 114 minutes while Salulani Phiri played the last 18 minutes.
Mwape Musonda assisted a goal in Black Leopards loss to Kaizer Chiefs in a Telkom Knockout Challenge. The match ended in a one all draw but Chiefs managed to win 4-2 on post match penalties.
Former Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda’s Baroka FC recorded a two nil win over Golden Arrows to secure passage to the Telkom Knock Out Challenge quarter finals.
In the NFD, PSL legend Collins Mbesuma netted a brace for Maccabi but was not enough to secure maximum points as they suffered their third loss losing 4-2 at the hands of Real Kings.
Rodrick Kabwe put in a full shift for Ajax Cape Town who played out to a dissapointing goalless draw against Ubuntu.
In DRC, Kabaso Chongo and Nathan Sinkala put in full shifts for TP Mazembe who beat Motema Pembe by three goals to nil. Rainford Kalaba was left out of the match day squad.
In Tanzania, Clatous Chota Chama opened his goal account for Simba SC helping them to a comfortable three nil win over Stand United.
In Austria, Striker Patson Daka played the last 24 minutes in Redbull Salzburg’s 1-1 draw against Wacker Innsbruck.
Midfield maestro Enock Mwepu was an unused substitute.
In Armenia, Winger Lubambo Musonda put a full ninety minute shift for Gandzasar Kapan who succumbed to a one nil loss at the hands of Alashkert.
In Belgium, Fashion Sakala played the last 45 minutes in KV Oostende’s devastating four nil loss at the hands of KAA Gent.
Midfield ace Emmanuel Banda was an unused substitute.
In China, Former Chipolopolo striker Jacob Mulenga scored his 14th goal of the season to lead Liaoning Kiaxin to a third straight victory beating Shanghai Shenxin by a lone goal.
In England, Winger Lifumpa Mwandwe will be in action on Thursday, 25th October with the Shrewsbury Town U18 side that will take on Lincoln City.
In France, Stophila Sunzu scored his first goal for FC Metz in their comfortable three nil win over Niort.
In Israel, Chipolopolo defender Emmanuel Mbola played 63 minutes of Hapoel Rana’ana 2-0 loss to Hapoel Be’er Sheva .
In Portugal, Kenneth Kalunga put in a full ninety minute shift for CF União Lamas who recorded a resounding three nil win over GDSC Alvarenga.
In Sweden, Edward Chilufya was left out of Djurgadens IF match day squad for the goalless draw against AIK.
In USA, Former Zambia U20 national team left back Prosper Chiluya was left out of the Bethlehem Steel FC match day squad that beat Pittsburgh Riverhounds on post match penalties after a two all draw.
In Russia, Former Nkana striker Evans Kangwa came from the bench to play the last 14 minutes for Arsenal Tula who secured an important 3-2 win over Spartak Moscow.
Cape Verde striker José Luís (Zé Luís ) scored a brace for Spartak, One of them set up by former Shaktar Donetsk striker Luiz Adrian.
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